We're evolving tech learning at the library
Throughout 2015, we've been listening and learning more about how you learn about technology at the library. As a result, we're working now to make our tech learning even better. Later this fall, the library will debut new ways for adults to learn and explore technology. These new opportunities will include:
- Workshops for hands-on discovery with new tools
- Tech Clubs for fun group and social learning experiences
- Learning Labs for one-on-one assistance
As a result:
- No in-person computer classes are currently scheduled at any library location for August.
- A few new offerings are listed for September in the sidebar on this page.
- Digital learning, including anytime access to online resources such as Lynda.com, remains available with a library account number and PIN.
- Any questions, please let us know. Contact us now.
Learn technology online
Self-paced tutorials (in the library for everyone, out of the library for Oak Park Public Library card holders) and web-based classes. Learn technology online.
Check out mobile WiFi
Use your Oak Park Public Library card (ages 12+) to borrow mobile WiFi for up to three weeks. Learn more about LiFi.
Check out a laptop
Use your Oak Park Public Library card (ages 18+) to borrow a laptop for onsite use. Ask us at any library location.
Get one-on-one computer help
Use your Oak Park Public Library card to register for a free, one-on-one 30-minute session to learn about web searching, online job hunting, using email and word processing and NoveList, our online readers' advisory tool. Bring your laptop, tablet, or use a library computer. Call 24 hours in advance:
- Maze Branch Library, Mondays, 1 to 3 pm, 708.386.4751
- Dole Branch Library, Fridays, 2 pm to 4 pm, 708.386.9032